Six foreign-based players have arrived in Malawi to join others in camp ahead of for an international friendly match against Tanzania.
The two sides will meet on Sunday in Dar es Salaam as part of the Flames’ preparations for the World Cup qualifiers.
Moldovan based duo, Peter Banda and Charles Petro, South Africa stars, Khuda Muyaba, Dennis Chembezi, and Kieran Ngwenya were the first to arrive in the country.
Gerald Phiri junior arrived on Tuesday.
Phiri’s cousin, and counterpart at Baroka FC, Richard Mbulu is expected to jet in on Tuesday alongside Cyprus based midfielder Tawonga Chimodzi.
Captain Limbikani Mzava, his Mozambique based deputy John Banda and striker Gabadinho Mhango will arrive on Wednesday.
The Flames regrouped on Monday after breaking for the weekend to allow local players play with their clubs in the TNM Super League.
According to the Football Association of Malawi (FAM) director of communications and competitions, Gomezgani Zakazaka, the Flames will leave for Dar es Salaam on Friday.